• Justin Jones Warned The NFL After Bears D Shut Down Browns
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    Justin Jones Warned The NFL After Bears D Shut Down Browns

    The big story of the Chicago Bears‘ preseason finale was Justin Fields. Rightfully so. The young quarterback was outstanding, going 14-of-16 for 158 yards and three touchdowns. It was the kind of performance fans have waited for, preseason or not. He had every right to enjoy the spotlight. However, he wasn’t the only one who enjoyed a good night against the Cleveland Browns. So did defensive tackle Justin Jones. He had a tackle for loss in the first half and harassed the quarterback multiple times, demonstrating why the Bears worked hard to sign him in March. He wasn’t the only one. Several members of the defense enjoyed a solid first…

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  • Toxic algae bloom threatens to shut down water sports, beach at Windsor Lake
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    Toxic algae bloom threatens to shut down water sports, beach at Windsor Lake

    WINDSOR, Colo. — For those trying to beat the heat, Mariea Turner and her two kids have found a top spot. “You just try to balance yourself and not fall in,” Turner said as she pushed a paddleboard onto Windsor Lake. “It’s relaxing and fun. It gets the kids out on the lake, and it calms my mind.” Windsor Lake is a premiere attraction in northern Colorado. “It’s just fun to swim in and cool off,” said one beachgoer. “The best part is just how close it is to everything here,” said Blaine Tonnies, who has worked at the lake for the past three summers. “It’s a five-minute drive. You…

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  • Mike Trout injury update: Angels say there are no plans to shut down star outfielder
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    Mike Trout injury update: Angels say there are no plans to shut down star outfielder

    Mike Trout is recovering slower than expected with a calf injury, but the Angels maintain they are expecting him to return in 2021.  ESPN reported on Wednesday that Angels general manager Perry Minasian said there are no plans to shut Trout down this year despite his slow recovery and the end of the 2021 campaign coming up.  “My policy with any player is we go day-to-day and communicate,” Minasian said, according to the report. “From our end, we will not rush him. We want him to feel good about how his calf feels and to play at his level when he does come back.” MORE: Brewers’ Corbin Burnes wraps historic K…

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